Review: Shark Tank : Pop Culture Happy Hour On Shark Tank, a group of wealthy investors like Mark Cuban and "Queen of QVC" Lori Greiner listen to pitches from people who have invented something. Might be an app, might be a toy, might be a belt that can hold a beer can. Then the investors decide whether to invest in the business, and they negotiate with the entrepreneur — sometimes competing with each other to get the deal. In this encore episode, we revisit our conversation about the hit ABC show.
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Diving Into 'Shark Tank'

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Diving Into 'Shark Tank'

Diving Into 'Shark Tank'

Diving Into 'Shark Tank'

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Mark Cuban fields pitches from aspiring entrepreneurs on an episode of ABC's Shark Tank.

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On Shark Tank, a group of wealthy investors like Mark Cuban and "Queen of QVC" Lori Greiner listen to pitches from people who have invented something. Might be an app, might be a toy, might be a belt that can hold a beer can. Then the investors decide whether to invest in the business, and they negotiate with the entrepreneur — sometimes competing with each other to get the deal. In this encore episode, we revisit our conversation about the hit ABC show.

The audio was produced and edited by Jessica Reedy.